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  2. High Point, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    High Point is a city in the Piedmont Triad region of the U.S. state of North Carolina. Most of the city is in Guilford County, with parts extending into Randolph, Davidson, and Forsyth counties. High Point is North Carolina's only city that extends into four counties.

  3. Rotterdam - Wikipedia

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    A major logistic and economic centre, Rotterdam is Europe's largest seaport. In 2020, it had a population of 651,446 and is home to over 180 nationalities. Rotterdam is known for its university, riverside setting, lively cultural life, maritime heritage and modern architecture.

  4. Tinsley Marshalling Yard - Wikipedia

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    Tinsley was a railway marshalling yard near Tinsley in Sheffield, England, used to separate railway wagons from incoming trains and add them to new trains. It was sited immediately west of the M1 motorway, about one mile north of the Catcliffe junction.

  5. Cape Epic - Wikipedia

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    The route starts and finishes in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is redesigned every year. Race week lasts eight days and typically covers around 700 kilometers (435 mi). The shortest Absa Cape Epic took place in 2016 at 647 kilometers (402 mi), the longest route being in 2008 at 966 kilometers (600 mi).

  6. Containerization - Wikipedia

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    Containerization is also referred as "Container Stuffing" or "Container Loading", which is the process of unitization of cargoes in exports. Containerization is the predominant form of unitization of export cargoes unlike other systems viz the barge system or the palletization. The containers have standardized dimensions.

  7. Rail transport in Azerbaijan - Wikipedia

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    The railway network consists of 2,918 km (1,813 mi), its gauge is 1,520 mm ( 4 ft 11 27⁄32 in) ( Russian broad gauge ), 815 km (506 mi) are double track and 1,272 km (790 mi) are electrified at 3 kV (3,000 V) DC. ESh2-019 Stadler electric train heading towards Sumqayıt station Tram in Baku, 1987

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